Spiritual Life in Middle School

Students during a bible study in the Chapel at St. Croix LutheranThe scripture and teachings of Jesus are at the center of the St. Croix learning experience. Every day begins with reflections on God’s Word. Monday through Friday, students participate in Bible classes, and three times a week students attend chapel devotions in St. Croix’s beautifully appointed space.

As a Christian school, we take great care in providing a faith-based education that is Christ-centered. We understand that the middle school years are a time of incredible growth and that each student is grappling with different issues and circumstances. St. Croix provides a supportive community where students can grow in their faith.

A Closer Look at Our Bible Classes

Bible Class 1 - Old Testament – Creation through Return to the Promised Land

This course covers many of the major writings of Moses, starting with creation through the book of Exodus. The need for and the promise of a Savior is the primary focus as we study God’s people from generation to generation.

Bible Class 2 - Biblical Knowledge

Biblical knowledge is designed to communicate God’s master plan of salvation. In addition to learning God’s great exchange, students will cover common world questions and perceptions of the Christian faith.

Bible Class 3 - New Testament – The Promise is Fulfilled and Message Shared

This course reviews the birth of the Savior and follows the life of Christ as told in the Gospels. In this course, students will look at the Christ-like examples for their own lives. The books of Luke and Acts provide a framework for this course.

 
St. Croix Lutheran - Grades 6-12
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